Step 1: Start in a backwards bridge position with the hands and the feet on the floor. Arch your back up as far as you can making sure your glutes are tight. Ensure the arms and lower legs start perpendicular to the floor. Begin to step forward one hand after the other. As you walk don’t let sure butt slump down. When you get to the end of the room turn around and go the other direction.
Step 2: Lift and bring the RIGHT FOOT backward about 18 inches, place the foot on the floor.
Step 3: Lift and bring the LEFT HAND backward about 18 inches, place the hand on the floor.
Step 4: Lift and bring the LEFT FOOT backward about 18 inches, place the foot on the floor.
Step 5: Lift and bring the RIGHT HAND backward about 18 inches, place the hand on the floor.
Tips: This is all about keeping a straight line from the shoulders to butt. If the butt drops down, you're giving in and going to put all the work on your shoulders, so keep the glutes squeezed. Make sure the movements are strong. Keep the core tight and chin tucked.
Link™ to Exterior: Handles held in hands. Hands resting at hips
Stance: Back bridge on the hands and heels